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My Mosquito Videos
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I finally got a GoPro type camera, so I have started loading my videos to my youtube channel "AeroEng Guy".  I also posted one of them to the Mosquito Facebook Group.  Here's a link to my most recent flight:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MGA_J1Ry--k

I plan to document some of my flight testing as I complete my Phase I.
XE285 #1329 N869DJ
Start: June 2018
Done:  Sep 12, 2018  Sleepy 
AWC Issued: Sep 26, 2018  Big Grin  
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#2
I tried making an anti vibration mount off the inside of the left door hinge (using 2 pieces of plastic and wire loops between them). Between that and the GoPro7 stabilization software you can get a fairly good picture.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVbAUD2mmq8

Gary
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(02-27-2020, 06:42 PM)grevis Wrote: I tried making an anti vibration mount off the inside of the left door hinge (using 2 pieces of plastic and wire loops between them).  Between that and the GoPro7 stabilization software you can get a fairly good picture.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVbAUD2mmq8

Gary
video molto stabile, potresti inviare le foto del supporto della gopro?
Maurizio
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#4
Here was my idea for mounting my camera.

The GoPro7 onwards has a big step up in stabilization software so may not actually need an anti vibration mount, but I havent tried without it.

   

Gary
XE285 in NZ
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#5
Really cool mount Gary! I agree the GoPro Hero 7 Black Hypersmooth stabilization feature is almost a must for in flight video recording. They say the Hero 8 is even a bit better. Great video and camera position in the cockpit. I can see the panel, controls, and you flying. Please post more videos!
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(02-29-2020, 06:44 PM)grevis Wrote: Here was my idea for mounting my camera.

The GoPro7 onwards has a big step up in stabilization software so may not actually need an anti vibration mount, but I havent tried without it.



Gary
XE285 in NZ



from the photo it looks like you used a steel cable, is that correct?
Maurizio
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#7
Mauri, yes, I had some 2mm wire rope, quite flexible but with the number of loops in the picture it could handle the cameras weight even with it leaning forward (I have the camera pointing down to about the top of the dash)

Gary
XE285 in NZ
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